This workshop applies a fun and engaging methodology to settling-in quickly in the international community of The Hague, where more than the half of the population comes from abroad. We will focus on nonverbal clues, learn about how cultures affect communication styles, and discover what is appropriate, and what not, in order to avoid misunderstandings.


While trying to find out how to function in the new place, knowing about nonverbal communication and how to communicate in a highly international environment like The Hague helps you to feel at home in no time. In this workshop, you will learn ways that make it easier to understand locals and other internationals, their culture and their language, in a fun and engaging way. Ute will show you how to avoid misunderstandings right from the start and become internationally fluent

Dr. Ute Limacher-Riebold is an intercultural communication trainer, multilingual language consultant. She helps internationals understand the other culture and language in order to embrace the new chapter in their life. She regularly holds workshops on topics related to international life, international childhood (and raising Third Culture Kids), raising bi- and multilingual children abroad, as well as resilience trainings for international families and children. She offers all her services in English, Deutsch, Italiano, and Français.

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Dr. Ute Limacher-Riebold helps internationals understand the local culture and language and become internationally fluent.
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This is just one of an informative series of Free Workshops available to all visitors to The Feel at Home Fair on 3 February 2019. The full programme will be published shortly and you will be able to reserve your place. In the meantime you can register for up to 4 tickets for free entrance to the Fair, using the Free Ticket tab below:



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